Days of Palestine

Saturday, April 1

Israeli Occupation Forces Kidnap 7 Palestinians in West Bank and Jerusalem Raids

Israeli occupation forces IOF banished the Palestinian activist from Al-Aqsa Mosque and detained three youths in occupied Jerusalem.
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Israeli occupation forces detained at dawn on Friday several Palestinians after conducting nighttime raids in both the West Bank and Jerusalem territories under Israeli control.

Israeli occupation forces carried out a raid in Silwad, located northeast of Ramallah, and apprehended Yousef Hamed, Yanal Hamed, and Hassan Hamed after breaking into their houses. During this time, a confrontation occurred between the occupation army and the rebellious young Palestinians.

Tammun, a town located to the south of Tubas, was raided by Israeli forces who arrested two young Palestinians, Faiq Ahmed Bani Odeh (27) and Shaheen Jalal Bisharat (26). This was done after their residences were searched.

Clashes broke out in the city of Qalqilya, with tear gas canisters being fired at citizens by rebellious youth, eventually leading to a shop being set ablaze.

Israeli aircraft keep soaring over the Aqbat Jabr refugee camp in Jericho, accompanied by the illumination of flares nearby the camp.

An Israeli special force apprehended Mahmoud Asaad alShawani from Qalandia refugee camp in Jerusalem upon entering his office on AlQuds Street in AlBireh.

Israeli forces arrested Ahmed Abu Khadija, a player from Jabal alMukaber, and blocked people from moving through theContainer checkpoint to the east of Jerusalem, resulting in a massive traffic jam.

The Palestinian Information Center recorded 514 arrests of civilians by Israeli occupation forces over the last month, as well as 24 attacks carried out by Israeli settler groups.

Records showed that Israeli settlers carried out 151 assaults, ranging from cutting down trees, razing land, attacking cultivators and farm harvests, and pelting cars with stones, puncturing tires, and breaking and stealing items in multiple towns and provinces of the West Bank.